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 Title Page
 D.M.D. program
 Student diversity
 Scholarship awards 2004-05
 Discovering for the future
 Faculty research awards
 Serving for the future
 Building for the future
 Technology acquisitions
 Honor roll
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2
    D.M.D. program
        Page 3
    Student diversity
        Page 4
    Scholarship awards 2004-05
        Page 4
    Discovering for the future
        Page 5
    Faculty research awards
        Page 6
        Page 7
    Serving for the future
        Page 8
    Building for the future
        Page 9
    Technology acquisitions
        Page 10
    Honor roll
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
    Back Cover
        Page 15
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Over the past 10 years, every aspect of college operations has


iF n ...- This remarkable growth is reflected by the college's revenues,


in 2005. As the college moves through its fourth decade, we take



S 2005 ACHIEVEMENTS: The college is ranked No. 4 out of
Seminole Clinic
The college's new, $4 million 56 dental schools in terms of NIH
UFCD AT A GLANCE teaching and clinical care site on funding for research in 2005.
Students 451
students 451 the St. Petersburg College Seminole
Dental 321 The Class of 2005 achieved a
Campus opened to patients in
Advanced Education 106 o 2 100 percent first-time pass rate
September of 2005.
Internationally-Educated 24 of the Florida Licensure exam.
Dentist Program Far it\ rocriitmont offnrtc in )nnO,


Faculty (all sites) 185
Staff (all sites) 257
Degree Programs 16
Clinic Locations:
Gainesville, Jacksonville,
Seminole, Hialeah
Patient Visits 89,954
Operating Budget (FY05) $52.7M
Research Funding (FY05) $16.8M


One hundred percent of the Class
resulted in 25 new faculty hires-
. of 2006 passed the NB Part II exam.
despite a nationwide shortage of
dental faculty. This is due, in large The college's NIH-funded Florida
part, to the college's strong, nation- Research Infrastructure Enhancement
wide reputation for excellence in Plan, spearheaded by the Department
dental education and research. of Oral Biology, has helped make
faculty scholarship and career
* More than 1,400 applications were faculty scholarship and career
received for the 80 openings in the development an institutional priority,
received for the 80 opening s in the
leading to the goal of developing
college's entering D.M.D. Class of 2010.


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


















































experienced dramatic expansion in both size and complexity.


which have doubled from $26.6 million in 1995 to $52.7 million


this time to reflect on our successes and challenges.


federally-funded, long-term clinical
research programs.

* The college created a new
Department of Community
Dentistry and Behavioral Science
in recognition of Florida's growing
dental public health needs. This
new department has a rich mix of
researchers and research interests,
adding to the college's portfolio
of research and its emphasis on
public health.

* Through the Statewide Network for
Community Oral Health, the UF
College of Dentistry continues to


serve as a dental safety net, pro-
viding 10 percent of the state's
indigent dental services to Florida's
most economically and medically
vulnerable residents.


* Digital radiography is installed in
all college clinics, leading the
college one step closer toward
the goal of an electronic dental
record. Additionally, cutting-edge
cone beam computed tomography
is now installed in the college's
Gainesville radiology suite,
enabling 3-D digital imaging
of the whole head and neck.


Sources of Revenue, Fiscal Year 2004-05


State
Appropriation
s 23-.


Gifts &
Endowments
3%


Tuition & Fees
15%


Sponsored Grants &
Contracts
22%


SOther Revenue
Indirect 7%
Cost Financial Aid
4% 1%


COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY
























As the state's only public dental D.M.D. Program. Each year the college admits a new class of about 80 D.M.D.
students consisting of individuals who are among the top pre-denta students in the nation. The
school, the college educates class entering in 2005 was selected from 1,060 applicants. The stability of the qualifications of
Florida's future dentists and the entering class, even while applications continue to increase, reflects the holistic admission
dental specialists through its 16 process the college uses in selecting students to prepare for a profession in dentistry.


degree and certificate programs.

To date, dentistry at UF has

graduated 1,940 dentists. The

college admitted its first class
of 24 students in 1972 and its
most recent class of 82 students

in August 2005. Advanced and

graduate education at the col-

lege has produced more than

794 dental specialists. Typically,
more than 90 percent of the

college's graduates remain in

Florida to practice.


Academic credentials of D.M.D. applicants and enrollees
APPLICANT POOL 1999 2000 2001 2002
AVG TTL GPA 3.19 3.19 3.22 3.23
AVG Science GPA 3.07 3.67 3.08 3.10
DAT Academic AVG 17.25 17.90 14.50 16.70
DAT Psychomotor 16.55 17.20 13.80 16.20


2003
3.21
3.07
15.50
14.60


2004
3.2
3.07
16.00
14.00


No. of Applicants 788 663 585 634 656 932 1060
APPLICANTS ENROLLED
AVG TTL GPA 3.55 3.48 3.58 3.51 3.44 3.55 3.53
AVG Science GPA 3.49 3.41 3.52 3.42 3.32 3.47 3.45
DAT Academic AVG 18.75 19.00 19.40 19.70 19.20 20.00 19.00
DAT Psychomotor 17.64 18.40 18.10 18.50 17.80 18.00 18.00

D.M.D students' performance on standardized examinations is a benchmark of the quality of
our academic programs. The performance of the Class of 2007 on the NBDE Part I was ranked
11th out of the 56 participating dental school classes. Concurrently, the Class of 2005 achieved a
ranking of 11 out of 54 dental schools on its performance on the NBDE Part II. During 2004-05,
a 100 percent pass rate on the Florida State Board Examination was achieved. Mock boards were
introduced to the curriculum in 2002 and have resulted in highly successful outcomes in increas-
ing student performance on the Florida State Dental Licensure Exam.





















Student Diversity. The college strives to achieve multicultural diversity representative of
Florida's population-40 of this year's entering D.M.D. students are women, and nearly
40 percent of this year's entering class list themselves as ethnic minorities, as compared to
less than 20 percent in the class of 2008. Recruiting minority and disadvantaged students
into the D.M.D. program continues to be a priority goal for the college's strategic plan.


Diversity of students in the D.M.D. program
NATIVE AM. ASIAN AFRICAN AM.
Class M F M F M F
2006 0 0 4 6 2 0
2007 0 0 6 11 0 1
2008 0 0 2 5 1 1
2009 1 0 8 7 1 3
Total 1 0 20 29 4 5


HISPANIC
M F
7 6
4 5
4 3
6 6
21 20


WHITE
M F
25 26
34 21
42 26
26 24
127 97


TOTAL
M F
38 38
44 38
49 35
42 40
173 151


Scholarship Awards 2004-05

Marshall M. and Jeannette Butts DeWitt Scholarship Fund
Dental students .ilth financial need ho iIisp;la, acamlenii. ach -.~le e nr andl notl.atrion
ae eligible rto apple, for the si:holarshiip r total of $90 000 ..as a.ariledl to 30 studentRs

Andrew Abel Dental Scholarship Fund
Denral Stuilenr- ts ho requlirie financial aSsisrani.: anil display excell-eni.e in rlthe acadlemni
and .ll ni.al enilea.ois aie eligibll- ro appl l, for rhe si:holar-hliil assirsan -e A total of $2 400
.,.as a.'.ade I to on- srudienr

Krisia and Steve Rhoden Memorial Scholarship Fund
Students in rhe Coll'ej of ifDentistr., irmll spe-l-ial considieation ro students froin rhe
Caribbl an narioins inc.liling. but nor lnirted to Jamai.: a aie eligible tro appil, for rlt
Rlhode-n Sc.holarship Ont. stud en1t \as a,';.aded a toral of $3 100

William T. and Jackie C. Reid Scholarship in Dentistry Fund
Ne-I., ilenral student- .'.irh high s-Lliolastil a.eragje are -lijible f.o rthe Reid Si.holar-hlip
One 'tuIdnt recei.ed an a.'.ad of $1 '98


Degree programs
and enrollment
Degree Program Students Enrolled
Doctor of Dental Medicine 321
Internationally-Educated
Dentist Program 2-yr certificate 24
Advanced education
in general dentistry 22
CE Advanced education
in general dentistry fellow 1
Endodontics 9
Endodontic Fellows 2
Facial Pain 3
Oral Pathology 2
Oral Surgery 13
Oral Surgery Fellows 7
Graduate Orthodontics 12
Orthodontic CE Fellows 4
Pediatric Dentistry 10
Pediatric Dentistry Fellows 1
Graduate Periodontics 8
Graduate Prosthodontics 7
Veterans Administration
General Practice Dentistry 4


Class of 2005
Postdoctorate Plans
2005 Grads
Associate Practice
Advanced Education
in General Dentistry
Military
General Practice Residency
Pedodontics Residency
Oral Surgery Residency
Orthodontics Residency
Periodontics Residency
Endodontics Residency
Public Health


th


Future





















Student Diversity. The college strives to achieve multicultural diversity representative of
Florida's population-40 of this year's entering D.M.D. students are women, and nearly
40 percent of this year's entering class list themselves as ethnic minorities, as compared to
less than 20 percent in the class of 2008. Recruiting minority and disadvantaged students
into the D.M.D. program continues to be a priority goal for the college's strategic plan.


Diversity of students in the D.M.D. program
NATIVE AM. ASIAN AFRICAN AM.
Class M F M F M F
2006 0 0 4 6 2 0
2007 0 0 6 11 0 1
2008 0 0 2 5 1 1
2009 1 0 8 7 1 3
Total 1 0 20 29 4 5


HISPANIC
M F
7 6
4 5
4 3
6 6
21 20


WHITE
M F
25 26
34 21
42 26
26 24
127 97


TOTAL
M F
38 38
44 38
49 35
42 40
173 151


Scholarship Awards 2004-05

Marshall M. and Jeannette Butts DeWitt Scholarship Fund
Dental students .ilth financial need ho iIisp;la, acamlenii. ach -.~le e nr andl notl.atrion
ae eligible rto apple, for the si:holarshiip r total of $90 000 ..as a.ariledl to 30 studentRs

Andrew Abel Dental Scholarship Fund
Denral Stuilenr- ts ho requlirie financial aSsisrani.: anil display excell-eni.e in rlthe acadlemni
and .ll ni.al enilea.ois aie eligibll- ro appl l, for rhe si:holar-hliil assirsan -e A total of $2 400
.,.as a.'.ade I to on- srudienr

Krisia and Steve Rhoden Memorial Scholarship Fund
Students in rhe Coll'ej of ifDentistr., irmll spe-l-ial considieation ro students froin rhe
Caribbl an narioins inc.liling. but nor lnirted to Jamai.: a aie eligible tro appil, for rlt
Rlhode-n Sc.holarship Ont. stud en1t \as a,';.aded a toral of $3 100

William T. and Jackie C. Reid Scholarship in Dentistry Fund
Ne-I., ilenral student- .'.irh high s-Lliolastil a.eragje are -lijible f.o rthe Reid Si.holar-hlip
One 'tuIdnt recei.ed an a.'.ad of $1 '98


Degree programs
and enrollment
Degree Program Students Enrolled
Doctor of Dental Medicine 321
Internationally-Educated
Dentist Program 2-yr certificate 24
Advanced education
in general dentistry 22
CE Advanced education
in general dentistry fellow 1
Endodontics 9
Endodontic Fellows 2
Facial Pain 3
Oral Pathology 2
Oral Surgery 13
Oral Surgery Fellows 7
Graduate Orthodontics 12
Orthodontic CE Fellows 4
Pediatric Dentistry 10
Pediatric Dentistry Fellows 1
Graduate Periodontics 8
Graduate Prosthodontics 7
Veterans Administration
General Practice Dentistry 4


Class of 2005
Postdoctorate Plans
2005 Grads
Associate Practice
Advanced Education
in General Dentistry
Military
General Practice Residency
Pedodontics Residency
Oral Surgery Residency
Orthodontics Residency
Periodontics Residency
Endodontics Residency
Public Health


th


Future


















Discovering
F O R T H E F U T U R E W


The College of Dentistry currently ranks

No. 4 among the 56 dental schools in

the United States in terms of NIH fund-

ing for research. The college is nationally

recognized for its oral health research

enterprise, emphasizing infectious dis-

eases in dentistry, bone biology, pain and

neuroscience, and translational research

to improve clinical and dental care. Also

flourishing are research efforts in the

areas of craniofacial studies, biomaterials,

cancer and clinical studies.





Sponsored Research and Other
Funding by Type, Fiscal Year 2005

DTraining
$362,874 D Cancer $930,195


Other $130,317
E Public
Health
$631,730
* Clinical
$2,175,643


* MicrolMolecular
Biology and
Infectious
Diseases
I $5,645,355


1[ Infrastructure
Biomaterials $3,851,239
$665,005


2005 Awards by Funding Source


State
$588,714

Industry --
$652,348


Miscellaneous
$1,252,318


Federal
p14,359,217


Implementation of the Florida Research Infrastructure Enhancement Plan
has greatly enhanced the college's ability to make faculty scholarship and
career development an institutional priority. Since the $2 million National
Institute on Dental and Craniofacial Research/National Institutes of Health
(NIDCR/NIH) award was made in September 2004, two basic scientists, two
clinical/translational research scientists, and one epidemiologist have been
recruited as part of the grant implementation. The Pipeline Program, a major
component of the plan, which fosters mentored research training for clinical
faculty with the goal of competing for independent NIH funding to support
long term clinical research programs, currently includes four college faculty
members from the departments of oral medicine, oral and maxillofacial
pathology, operative dentistry and prosthodontics.

The Dental Practice Based Research Network (DPBRN), is one of three funded
nationwide by NIDCR. The 7-year, $25 million dollar award is expected to fund
16-20 practice-based studies to promote communication, direct research, and
enhance education of dentists as well as providing a basis to evaluate quality
improvement in dentistry over time. The first of these studies will survey 176
Florida and Georgia dental practitioners on methods used in caries diagnosis,
timing of operative intervention and initial and replacement restorations. In
studies 2 and 3, 200 dentists from Florida and Georgia will be certified as prac-
titioner investigators to report on patient care. Each of these studies will involve
as many as 100 patient/restorative sites per practitioner for a total database of
20,000 restored sites. The University of Florida DPBRN, in conjunction with the
University of Alabama at Birmingham, provides coordination and oversight
to practitioners in Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Scandinavia as well as
Minnesota and Oregon through collaboration with Kaiser Permanente and
HealthPartners. For more information, visit www.DentalPBRN.org.




Sponsored Funding by Status, Fiscal Years 1998-2005

$18,000,000
$16,000,000
$14,000,000
$12,000,000
$10,000,000
$8,000,000
$6,000,000
$4,000,000

$2.000.000
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98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05


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$2,460,240


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Servin
FOR T H E F U T U RE


The College of Dentistry has a

multi-faceted service mission

encompassing patient care and

community outreach and educa-

tion. Through its Statewide

Network for Community Oral

Health, the college improves

access to dental care for Florida's

residents, focusing on vulnerable

and indigent populations and spe-

cial needs patients. Through the

network, the college has become

one of the largest providers of

low-cost dental care in Florida,

providing nearly 10 percent of all

indigent care to Florida's resi-

dents, offering comprehensive

state-of-the-art clinical services

during more than 89,950 patient

visits in fiscal year 2004-2005.


The Statewide Network for
Community Oral Health con-
tinues to be a unique resource
with the goal of providing clin-
ical learning opportunities for
dental students and residents
while also improving access to
dental services to the under-
served. The college has
expanded the network in 2005
with an educational/clinical TU EL U _
partnership with the University
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Petersburg College Seminole Clin cCst
Campus.

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and service trips to the countries of Dominican Republic and Yucatan, Mexico last December, and
Ecuador in March.

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2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005


While the Dominican Republic trip was not affiliated with a foreign university, the Ecuador and
Yucatan trips built on academic ties with sister institutions in other countries to broaden the
educational experience of UF dental students. The college has established ongoing exchanges
with Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ) in Quito, Ecuador and Universidad Aut6noma
de Yucatan Facultad de Odontologi6 (UADY) in Yucatan, Mexico.

USFQ hosted 14 UF dental students early March, pairing them with USFQ students to provide
restorative and oral surgery treatment to about 300 needy patients. The December trip to the
Dominican Republic included 21 UF dental students who were joined by three private dentists and
two dental assistants. The UF mission to Dominica resulted in more than 500 patients, many of who
were malnourished children or children with HIV, receiving critical dental treatment. The UF trip
to Yucatan, Mexico included two faculty and nine UF dental students who partnered with UADY
students to provide treatment to more than 400 children in largely rural and underdeveloped areas.

















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The college's aging physical plant
and outdated equipment is one of
the college's greatest challenges, but
also presents the greatest opportuni-
ties. In 2005, the college acquired
6,528 square feet of research space
as offices and laboratories within
the Dental Sciences Building
and 1329 Building occupied by
other Health Science Center
colleges were returned to dentistry.
Most of this space has either been
renovated or is in the process of
being renovated, but infrastructure
problems continue to be an issue.


A footprint for college expansion
through the construction of a
dental west wing was added to
the Campus Master Plan in 2005.
Discussions have begun with UF
Facilities and Planning and an
architectural firm to establish a
process for initial visioning and
preliminary planning for such
a facility. Planning will include
developing fundraising strategies
to raise money for the new facility
during the 7-year University of
Florida Capital Campaign, of
which the College of Dentistry is
committed to raising $9 million.


UF Trustee Cynthia O'Connell (in blue) and U. S. Rep. C.W. Bill Young cut the ceremonial ribbon signifying
the partnership between the UF College of Dentistry and St. Petersburg College with a little help from (left
to right) City of Seminole Mayor Dottie Reeder, Dentistry Dean Teresa A. Dolan, SPC President Carl Kuttler
Jr., University Partnership Center VP Lars Hafner, SPC Trustee Cecil B. Keene and SPC Provost James Oliver.
This $4-million building project, funding for which was raised through local, state and federal support,
opened to patients Sept. 6 and is a 14,000 square-foot, two-story clinic that replaces the college's downtown
St. Petersburg dental clinic. This facility more than doubles the college's overall patient care capacity in
Pinellas County, with patient visits expected to increase from 7,000 to as many as 20,000 each year.

College Renovations Completed in FY '05
Project Program Amount Source of Funds
Clinic 1B Renovation Clinical $96,546 AEF & PECO funds
Clinic 1A Renovation Clinical $302,808 AEF & PECO funds
File Server Room IS infrastructure $109,080 PECO funds
Dean's Office Entrance College level $20,343 AEF & Foundation
1st Floor Concourse & College level $68,300 AEF & Foundation
Donor Recognition Wall
1st Floor Signage College level $5,094 Foundation
Orthodontic Clinic Renovation Clinical $500,000 Foundation
West Concourse Renovation College level $17,786 AEF&
General Revenue
Operative Dentistry Research Research $90,000 College IDC
Renovation
Chartroom Renovation Clinical $12,245 AEF
Bathroom Renovation College level $30,000 AEF
St. Petersburg College Clinic Clinical $1,241,287 AEF,
Foundation
& Pinellas County
Elevator Monitors IS infrastructure $26,627 Foundation
IS furniture & IP Phones IS infrastructure $16,818 General Revenue
Admissions Office Renovation Educ. Infrastructure $13,819 General Revenue
Student Affairs Office Educ. Infrastructure $4,673 General Revenue
Renovation
Patient Billing Office Clinical $32,000 AEF
Periodontics Main Offices College level $25,968 AEF
Periodontics Resident Area Clinical $47,798 Foundation
Periodontics Lab Space Research $43,000 College IDC
Grand Total: $2,704,192























College Renovation Projects, 2006-2011 as prioritized March 1, 2006.

Project Estimated cost Time frame
1. MDL's renovations and equipment $500,000 Summer '06
2. Seminar room, D1-9, renovations and equipment $50,000 2006-07
3. Pediatric Dentistry Clinic, renovations and equipment $500,000 2006-07
4. Graduate Pediatric Dental Clinic, renovations $750,000 2008-10
and equipment
5. Graduate Prosthodontics Clinic, $250,000 2008-10
renovations and equipment
6. Graduate Periodontics Clinic, renovations and equipment $750,000 2008-10
7. Renovation of 11th floor. 6000-7500 sq. ft. $2,000,000+ 2006-08
Contingent on the return of all space to dentistry
8. Restrooms throughout the dental tower, renovations $1,540,000 2006-11
9. Central Sterilization replacement of aging equipment $750,000 2008-09
10. Dental simulation Laboratory- replacement $900,000 2009-10
of simulators and AV
Total $7,990,000




Technology acquisitions

The University of Florida College of Dentistry is one of a handful of dental schools in
the nation that formally incorporates several state-of-the-art technologies in its dental
curriculum and patient care enterprise. These include:

Digital Radiography. Through a $2-million federal grant, digital radiography has been
installed in all the college's clinics, in Gainesville and across the state. The college is
now working to integrate digital radiology files with its Quick Recovery enterprise
system using MyPax.

CEREC 3D composite milling systems. The college purchased two CEREC 3D machines,
which feature computer-assisted design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) software and
self-contained diamond bur milling units to fabricate crowns, onlays and inlays.
Operative faculty instructs third- and fourth-year dental students in using the CEREC 3D,
resulting in patients having permanent, long-lived composite crowns placed within one
visit of two or three hours rather than during two visits of several hours each.

i-CAT cone beam computed tomography. Through an anonymous donation, an
i-CAT cone beam CT (CBCT) machine has been purchased and installed in the college's
radiology department. CBCT is state-of-the-art digital imaging technology that provides
high-definition 3D volumetric and maximum intensity projection (MIP) images of the
head and neck with one-tenth the amount of radiation exposure of a typical medical-
grade CT scan.

Laser Dentistry. The college has signed an agreement with Biolase Technology, Inc. to
place six dental lasers in its preclinical lab and in clinics. UF will be one of the first dental
schools in the nation to offer laser dentistry in its clinics and curriculum, and the oppor-
tunities for research using dental lasers are exciting.

DenX computer assisted implant navigation system. Through donation of equipment,
the college's Implant Center acquired a DenX image-guided surgery system. The system
uses a complex computerized motion tracking system and digital chart objects to facili-
tate seamless pre-surgical planning, accurate real-time identification of critical structures
during surgery, and precise placement of implants.


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University of Florida College of Dentistry




Administrative




Departmental
L I S T I N G S


ADMINISTRATION
Teresa A. Dolan, D.D.S., M.PH.,
Dean and Professor of
Operative Dentistry
(352) 273-5800
Robert E. Bates, D.D.S., M.S.,
Senior Associate Dean
and Associate Professor
of Prosthodontics
(352) 273-5800
Kenneth J. Anusavice, D.M.D., Ph.D.,
Associate Dean for Research,
Distinguished Professor
of Dental Biomaterials
(352) 392-4351
Samuel B. Low, D.D.S., M.S., M.Ed.,
Associate Dean for Faculty
Practice and Continuing
Education, Professor of
Periodontology
(352) 846-1266
Robert E. Primosch, D.D.S., M.Ed.,
Associate Dean for Education
and Professor of Pediatrics
(352) 273-5953
Boyd Robinson, D.D.S.
Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs,
Professor of Community Dentistry
Behavioral Sciences
(352) 846-1694
Venita J. Sposetti, D.M.D.,
Assistant Dean for Admissions
and Financial Aid and Associate
Professor of Prosthodontics
(352) 273-5957
Kenneth Tomlinson, B.S.B.A.
Associate Dean for Administration
(352) 273-5800
Timothy T. Wheeler, D.M.D., Ph.D.,
Assistant Dean for Advanced
and Graduate Education and
Professor and Chairman,
Department of Orthodontics
(352) 273-5690


UNIVERSITY OF

^ FLORIDA
The Foundation for The Gator Nation.


UFCD DEPARTMENTAL CHAIRS
AND PROGRAM DIRECTORS
Community Dentistry and
Behavioral Sciences
Scott L. Tomar, D.M.D., Dr.PH.,
Chair and Program Director
(352) 273-5968
Community Based Dentistry/Advanced
Education in General Dentistry Program
Directors:
Roberta L. Diehl, D.D.S., Hialeah
(305) 694-5400
Thomas C. Porter, D.M.D., Seminole
(727) 394-6064
Clifford Starr, D.M.D., Jacksonville
(904) 244-7051
Roger Wray, D.D.S., Apopka
(407) 886-9569
Dental Biomaterials
Kenneth J. Anusavice, D.M.D., Ph.D., Chair
(352) 392-4351
Chiayi Shen, Ph.D., Program Director
(352) 392-0508
Endodontics
Frank J. Vertucci, D.M.D., Chair
and Program Director
(352) 273-5440
Operative Dentistry
Paul Blaser, D.D.S., M.S.D., Interim Chair
(352) 273-5842
Internationally-Educated Dentist Program
Nereyda Clark, D.M.D.
Director
352-392-9994
Oral Biology
Robert Burne, Ph.D., Chair
(352) 392-4370
William P McArthur, Ph.D., Program Director
(352) 846-0778


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Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
and Diagnostic Sciences
Marc W. Heft, D.M.D., Ph.D.,
Interim Chair
(352) 392-2673
James G. Green, M.D., D.D.S.,
Program Director for Oral 8 Maxillofacial
Surgery
(352) 392-2673
Donald M. Cohen, D.M.D., M.S., M.B.A.,
Program Director for Oral Pathology
(352) 392-2505
Orthodontics
Timothy Wheeler, D.M.D., Ph.D.,
Chair and Program Director
(352) 273-5690
Henry A. Gremillion, D.D.S., M.A.G.D.,
Craniofacial Pain and Temporomandibular
Dysfunction Fellowship Program Director
(352) 392-8862
Pediatric Dentistry
Marcio Guelmann, D.D.S.,
Chair
(352) 392-4131
Daniela Silva, D.D.S., M.S.,
Program Director
(352) 392-4131
Periodontology
Ikramuddin Aukhil, B.D.S., M.S.,
Chair
(352) 392-4305
Herbert J. Towle III, D.D.S.,
Program Director
(352) 392-4305
Prosthodontics
A.E. "Buddy" Clark, D.M.D., Ph.D., M.E.,
Chair
(352) 846-2549
Edgar O'Neill, D.D.S., M.S., EA.C.P,
Program Director
(352) 392-4231


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